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<?php
/**
* @link http://www.yiiframework.com/
* @copyright Copyright (c) 2008 Yii Software LLC
* @license http://www.yiiframework.com/license/
*/
namespace yii\helpers;
use Yii;
use yii\base\ErrorException;
use yii\base\InvalidArgumentException;
use yii\base\InvalidConfigException;
/**
* BaseFileHelper provides concrete implementation for [[FileHelper]].
*
* Do not use BaseFileHelper. Use [[FileHelper]] instead.
*
* @author Qiang Xue <qiang.xue@gmail.com>
* @author Alex Makarov <sam@rmcreative.ru>
* @since 2.0
*/
class BaseFileHelper
{
const PATTERN_NODIR = 1;
const PATTERN_ENDSWITH = 4;
const PATTERN_MUSTBEDIR = 8;
const PATTERN_NEGATIVE = 16;
const PATTERN_CASE_INSENSITIVE = 32;
/**
* @var string the path (or alias) of a PHP file containing MIME type information.
*/
public static $mimeMagicFile = '@yii/helpers/mimeTypes.php';
/**
* @var string the path (or alias) of a PHP file containing MIME aliases.
* @since 2.0.14
*/
public static $mimeAliasesFile = '@yii/helpers/mimeAliases.php';
/**
* Normalizes a file/directory path.
*
* The normalization does the following work:
*
* - Convert all directory separators into `DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR` (e.g. "\a/b\c" becomes "/a/b/c")
* - Remove trailing directory separators (e.g. "/a/b/c/" becomes "/a/b/c")
* - Turn multiple consecutive slashes into a single one (e.g. "/a///b/c" becomes "/a/b/c")
* - Remove ".." and "." based on their meanings (e.g. "/a/./b/../c" becomes "/a/c")
*
* @param string $path the file/directory path to be normalized
* @param string $ds the directory separator to be used in the normalized result. Defaults to `DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR`.
* @return string the normalized file/directory path
*/
public static function normalizePath($path, $ds = DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR)
{
$path = rtrim(strtr($path, '/\\', $ds . $ds), $ds);
if (strpos($ds . $path, "{$ds}.") === false && strpos($path, "{$ds}{$ds}") === false) {
return $path;
}
// the path may contain ".", ".." or double slashes, need to clean them up
if (strpos($path, "{$ds}{$ds}") === 0 && $ds == '\\') {
$parts = [$ds];
} else {
$parts = [];
}
foreach (explode($ds, $path) as $part) {
if ($part === '..' && !empty($parts) && end($parts) !== '..') {
array_pop($parts);
} elseif ($part === '.' || $part === '' && !empty($parts)) {
continue;
} else {
$parts[] = $part;
}
}
$path = implode($ds, $parts);
return $path === '' ? '.' : $path;
}
/**
* Returns the localized version of a specified file.
*
* The searching is based on the specified language code. In particular,
* a file with the same name will be looked for under the subdirectory
* whose name is the same as the language code. For example, given the file "path/to/view.php"
* and language code "zh-CN", the localized file will be looked for as
* "path/to/zh-CN/view.php". If the file is not found, it will try a fallback with just a language code that is
* "zh" i.e. "path/to/zh/view.php". If it is not found as well the original file will be returned.
*
* If the target and the source language codes are the same,
* the original file will be returned.
*
* @param string $file the original file
* @param string $language the target language that the file should be localized to.
* If not set, the value of [[\yii\base\Application::language]] will be used.
* @param string $sourceLanguage the language that the original file is in.
* If not set, the value of [[\yii\base\Application::sourceLanguage]] will be used.
* @return string the matching localized file, or the original file if the localized version is not found.
* If the target and the source language codes are the same, the original file will be returned.
*/
public static function localize($file, $language = null, $sourceLanguage = null)
{
if ($language === null) {
$language = Yii::$app->language;
}
if ($sourceLanguage === null) {
$sourceLanguage = Yii::$app->sourceLanguage;
}
if ($language === $sourceLanguage) {
return $file;
}
$desiredFile = dirname($file) . DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR . $language . DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR . basename($file);
if (is_file($desiredFile)) {
return $desiredFile;
}
$language = substr($language, 0, 2);
if ($language === $sourceLanguage) {
return $file;
}
$desiredFile = dirname($file) . DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR . $language . DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR . basename($file);
return is_file($desiredFile) ? $desiredFile : $file;
}
/**
* Determines the MIME type of the specified file.
* This method will first try to determine the MIME type based on
* [finfo_open](http://php.net/manual/en/function.finfo-open.php). If the `fileinfo` extension is not installed,
* it will fall back to [[getMimeTypeByExtension()]] when `$checkExtension` is true.
* @param string $file the file name.
* @param string $magicFile name of the optional magic database file (or alias), usually something like `/path/to/magic.mime`.
* This will be passed as the second parameter to [finfo_open()](http://php.net/manual/en/function.finfo-open.php)
* when the `fileinfo` extension is installed. If the MIME type is being determined based via [[getMimeTypeByExtension()]]
* and this is null, it will use the file specified by [[mimeMagicFile]].
* @param bool $checkExtension whether to use the file extension to determine the MIME type in case
* `finfo_open()` cannot determine it.
* @return string the MIME type (e.g. `text/plain`). Null is returned if the MIME type cannot be determined.
* @throws InvalidConfigException when the `fileinfo` PHP extension is not installed and `$checkExtension` is `false`.
*/
public static function getMimeType($file, $magicFile = null, $checkExtension = true)
{
if ($magicFile !== null) {
$magicFile = Yii::getAlias($magicFile);
}
if (!extension_loaded('fileinfo')) {
if ($checkExtension) {
return static::getMimeTypeByExtension($file, $magicFile);
}
throw new InvalidConfigException('The fileinfo PHP extension is not installed.');
}
$info = finfo_open(FILEINFO_MIME_TYPE, $magicFile);
if ($info) {
$result = finfo_file($info, $file);
finfo_close($info);
if ($result !== false) {
return $result;
}
}
return $checkExtension ? static::getMimeTypeByExtension($file, $magicFile) : null;
}
/**
* Determines the MIME type based on the extension name of the specified file.
* This method will use a local map between extension names and MIME types.
* @param string $file the file name.
* @param string $magicFile the path (or alias) of the file that contains all available MIME type information.
* If this is not set, the file specified by [[mimeMagicFile]] will be used.
* @return string|null the MIME type. Null is returned if the MIME type cannot be determined.
*/
public static function getMimeTypeByExtension($file, $magicFile = null)
{
$mimeTypes = static::loadMimeTypes($magicFile);
if (($ext = pathinfo($file, PATHINFO_EXTENSION)) !== '') {
$ext = strtolower($ext);
if (isset($mimeTypes[$ext])) {
return $mimeTypes[$ext];
}
}
return null;
}
/**
* Determines the extensions by given MIME type.
* This method will use a local map between extension names and MIME types.
* @param string $mimeType file MIME type.
* @param string $magicFile the path (or alias) of the file that contains all available MIME type information.
* If this is not set, the file specified by [[mimeMagicFile]] will be used.
* @return array the extensions corresponding to the specified MIME type
*/
public static function getExtensionsByMimeType($mimeType, $magicFile = null)
{
$aliases = static::loadMimeAliases(static::$mimeAliasesFile);
if (isset($aliases[$mimeType])) {
$mimeType = $aliases[$mimeType];
}
$mimeTypes = static::loadMimeTypes($magicFile);
return array_keys($mimeTypes, mb_strtolower($mimeType, 'UTF-8'), true);
}
private static $_mimeTypes = [];
/**
* Loads MIME types from the specified file.
* @param string $magicFile the path (or alias) of the file that contains all available MIME type information.
* If this is not set, the file specified by [[mimeMagicFile]] will be used.
* @return array the mapping from file extensions to MIME types
*/
protected static function loadMimeTypes($magicFile)
{
if ($magicFile === null) {
$magicFile = static::$mimeMagicFile;
}
$magicFile = Yii::getAlias($magicFile);
if (!isset(self::$_mimeTypes[$magicFile])) {
self::$_mimeTypes[$magicFile] = require $magicFile;
}
return self::$_mimeTypes[$magicFile];
}
private static $_mimeAliases = [];
/**
* Loads MIME aliases from the specified file.
* @param string $aliasesFile the path (or alias) of the file that contains MIME type aliases.
* If this is not set, the file specified by [[mimeAliasesFile]] will be used.
* @return array the mapping from file extensions to MIME types
* @since 2.0.14
*/
protected static function loadMimeAliases($aliasesFile)
{
if ($aliasesFile === null) {
$aliasesFile = static::$mimeAliasesFile;
}
$aliasesFile = Yii::getAlias($aliasesFile);
if (!isset(self::$_mimeAliases[$aliasesFile])) {
self::$_mimeAliases[$aliasesFile] = require $aliasesFile;
}
return self::$_mimeAliases[$aliasesFile];
}
/**
* Copies a whole directory as another one.
* The files and sub-directories will also be copied over.
* @param string $src the source directory
* @param string $dst the destination directory
* @param array $options options for directory copy. Valid options are:
*
* - dirMode: integer, the permission to be set for newly copied directories. Defaults to 0775.
* - fileMode: integer, the permission to be set for newly copied files. Defaults to the current environment setting.
* - filter: callback, a PHP callback that is called for each directory or file.
* The signature of the callback should be: `function ($path)`, where `$path` refers the full path to be filtered.
* The callback can return one of the following values:
*
* * true: the directory or file will be copied (the "only" and "except" options will be ignored)
* * false: the directory or file will NOT be copied (the "only" and "except" options will be ignored)
* * null: the "only" and "except" options will determine whether the directory or file should be copied
*
* - only: array, list of patterns that the file paths should match if they want to be copied.
* A path matches a pattern if it contains the pattern string at its end.
* For example, '.php' matches all file paths ending with '.php'.
* Note, the '/' characters in a pattern matches both '/' and '\' in the paths.
* If a file path matches a pattern in both "only" and "except", it will NOT be copied.
* - except: array, list of patterns that the files or directories should match if they want to be excluded from being copied.
* A path matches a pattern if it contains the pattern string at its end.
* Patterns ending with '/' apply to directory paths only, and patterns not ending with '/'
* apply to file paths only. For example, '/a/b' matches all file paths ending with '/a/b';
* and '.svn/' matches directory paths ending with '.svn'. Note, the '/' characters in a pattern matches
* both '/' and '\' in the paths.
* - caseSensitive: boolean, whether patterns specified at "only" or "except" should be case sensitive. Defaults to true.
* - recursive: boolean, whether the files under the subdirectories should also be copied. Defaults to true.
* - beforeCopy: callback, a PHP callback that is called before copying each sub-directory or file.
* If the callback returns false, the copy operation for the sub-directory or file will be cancelled.
* The signature of the callback should be: `function ($from, $to)`, where `$from` is the sub-directory or
* file to be copied from, while `$to` is the copy target.
* - afterCopy: callback, a PHP callback that is called after each sub-directory or file is successfully copied.
* The signature of the callback should be: `function ($from, $to)`, where `$from` is the sub-directory or
* file copied from, while `$to` is the copy target.
* - copyEmptyDirectories: boolean, whether to copy empty directories. Set this to false to avoid creating directories
* that do not contain files. This affects directories that do not contain files initially as well as directories that
* do not contain files at the target destination because files have been filtered via `only` or `except`.
* Defaults to true. This option is available since version 2.0.12. Before 2.0.12 empty directories are always copied.
* @throws InvalidArgumentException if unable to open directory
*/
public static function copyDirectory($src, $dst, $options = [])
{
$src = static::normalizePath($src);
$dst = static::normalizePath($dst);
if ($src === $dst || strpos($dst, $src . DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR) === 0) {
throw new InvalidArgumentException('Trying to copy a directory to itself or a subdirectory.');
}
$dstExists = is_dir($dst);
if (!$dstExists && (!isset($options['copyEmptyDirectories']) || $options['copyEmptyDirectories'])) {
static::createDirectory($dst, isset($options['dirMode']) ? $options['dirMode'] : 0775, true);
$dstExists = true;
}
$handle = opendir($src);
if ($handle === false) {
throw new InvalidArgumentException("Unable to open directory: $src");
}
if (!isset($options['basePath'])) {
// this should be done only once
$options['basePath'] = realpath($src);
$options = static::normalizeOptions($options);
}
while (($file = readdir($handle)) !== false) {
if ($file === '.' || $file === '..') {
continue;
}
$from = $src . DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR . $file;
$to = $dst . DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR . $file;
if (static::filterPath($from, $options)) {
if (isset($options['beforeCopy']) && !call_user_func($options['beforeCopy'], $from, $to)) {
continue;
}
if (is_file($from)) {
if (!$dstExists) {
// delay creation of destination directory until the first file is copied to avoid creating empty directories
static::createDirectory($dst, isset($options['dirMode']) ? $options['dirMode'] : 0775, true);
$dstExists = true;
}
copy($from, $to);
if (isset($options['fileMode'])) {
@chmod($to, $options['fileMode']);
}
} else {
// recursive copy, defaults to true
if (!isset($options['recursive']) || $options['recursive']) {
static::copyDirectory($from, $to, $options);
}
}
if (isset($options['afterCopy'])) {
call_user_func($options['afterCopy'], $from, $to);
}
}
}
closedir($handle);
}
/**
* Removes a directory (and all its content) recursively.
*
* @param string $dir the directory to be deleted recursively.
* @param array $options options for directory remove. Valid options are:
*
* - traverseSymlinks: boolean, whether symlinks to the directories should be traversed too.
* Defaults to `false`, meaning the content of the symlinked directory would not be deleted.
* Only symlink would be removed in that default case.
*
* @throws ErrorException in case of failure
*/
public static function removeDirectory($dir, $options = [])
{
if (!is_dir($dir)) {
return;
}
if (!empty($options['traverseSymlinks']) || !is_link($dir)) {
if (!($handle = opendir($dir))) {
return;
}
while (($file = readdir($handle)) !== false) {
if ($file === '.' || $file === '..') {
continue;
}
$path = $dir . DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR . $file;
if (is_dir($path)) {
static::removeDirectory($path, $options);
} else {
static::unlink($path);
}
}
closedir($handle);
}
if (is_link($dir)) {
static::unlink($dir);
} else {
rmdir($dir);
}
}
/**
* Removes a file or symlink in a cross-platform way
*
* @param string $path
* @return bool
*
* @since 2.0.14
*/
public static function unlink($path)
{
$isWindows = DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR === '\\';
if (!$isWindows) {
return unlink($path);
}
if (is_link($path) && is_dir($path)) {
return rmdir($path);
}
try {
return unlink($path);
} catch (ErrorException $e) {
// last resort measure for Windows
if (function_exists('exec') && file_exists($path)) {
exec('DEL /F/Q ' . escapeshellarg($path));
return !file_exists($path);
}
return false;
}
}
/**
* Returns the files found under the specified directory and subdirectories.
* @param string $dir the directory under which the files will be looked for.
* @param array $options options for file searching. Valid options are:
*
* - `filter`: callback, a PHP callback that is called for each directory or file.
* The signature of the callback should be: `function ($path)`, where `$path` refers the full path to be filtered.
* The callback can return one of the following values:
*
* * `true`: the directory or file will be returned (the `only` and `except` options will be ignored)
* * `false`: the directory or file will NOT be returned (the `only` and `except` options will be ignored)
* * `null`: the `only` and `except` options will determine whether the directory or file should be returned
*
* - `except`: array, list of patterns excluding from the results matching file or directory paths.
* Patterns ending with slash ('/') apply to directory paths only, and patterns not ending with '/'
* apply to file paths only. For example, '/a/b' matches all file paths ending with '/a/b';
* and `.svn/` matches directory paths ending with `.svn`.
* If the pattern does not contain a slash (`/`), it is treated as a shell glob pattern
* and checked for a match against the pathname relative to `$dir`.
* Otherwise, the pattern is treated as a shell glob suitable for consumption by `fnmatch(3)`
* with the `FNM_PATHNAME` flag: wildcards in the pattern will not match a `/` in the pathname.
* For example, `views/*.php` matches `views/index.php` but not `views/controller/index.php`.
* A leading slash matches the beginning of the pathname. For example, `/*.php` matches `index.php` but not `views/start/index.php`.
* An optional prefix `!` which negates the pattern; any matching file excluded by a previous pattern will become included again.
* If a negated pattern matches, this will override lower precedence patterns sources. Put a backslash (`\`) in front of the first `!`
* for patterns that begin with a literal `!`, for example, `\!important!.txt`.
* Note, the '/' characters in a pattern matches both '/' and '\' in the paths.
* - `only`: array, list of patterns that the file paths should match if they are to be returned. Directory paths
* are not checked against them. Same pattern matching rules as in the `except` option are used.
* If a file path matches a pattern in both `only` and `except`, it will NOT be returned.
* - `caseSensitive`: boolean, whether patterns specified at `only` or `except` should be case sensitive. Defaults to `true`.
* - `recursive`: boolean, whether the files under the subdirectories should also be looked for. Defaults to `true`.
* @return array files found under the directory, in no particular order. Ordering depends on the files system used.
* @throws InvalidArgumentException if the dir is invalid.
*/
public static function findFiles($dir, $options = [])
{
$dir = self::clearDir($dir);
$options = self::setBasePath($dir, $options);
$list = [];
$handle = self::openDir($dir);
while (($file = readdir($handle)) !== false) {
if ($file === '.' || $file === '..') {
continue;
}
$path = $dir . DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR . $file;
if (static::filterPath($path, $options)) {
if (is_file($path)) {
$list[] = $path;
} elseif (is_dir($path) && (!isset($options['recursive']) || $options['recursive'])) {
$list = array_merge($list, static::findFiles($path, $options));
}
}
}
closedir($handle);
return $list;
}
/**
* Returns the directories found under the specified directory and subdirectories.
* @param string $dir the directory under which the files will be looked for.
* @param array $options options for directory searching. Valid options are:
*
* - `filter`: callback, a PHP callback that is called for each directory or file.
* The signature of the callback should be: `function ($path)`, where `$path` refers the full path to be filtered.
* The callback can return one of the following values:
*
* * `true`: the directory will be returned
* * `false`: the directory will NOT be returned
*
* - `recursive`: boolean, whether the files under the subdirectories should also be looked for. Defaults to `true`.
* @return array directories found under the directory, in no particular order. Ordering depends on the files system used.
* @throws InvalidArgumentException if the dir is invalid.
* @since 2.0.14
*/
public static function findDirectories($dir, $options = [])
{
$dir = self::clearDir($dir);
$options = self::setBasePath($dir, $options);
$list = [];
$handle = self::openDir($dir);
while (($file = readdir($handle)) !== false) {
if ($file === '.' || $file === '..') {
continue;
}
$path = $dir . DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR . $file;
if (is_dir($path) && static::filterPath($path, $options)) {
$list[] = $path;
if (!isset($options['recursive']) || $options['recursive']) {
$list = array_merge($list, static::findDirectories($path, $options));
}
}
}
closedir($handle);
return $list;
}
/**
* @param string $dir
*/
private static function setBasePath($dir, $options)
{
if (!isset($options['basePath'])) {
// this should be done only once
$options['basePath'] = realpath($dir);
$options = static::normalizeOptions($options);
}
return $options;
}
/**
* @param string $dir
*/
private static function openDir($dir)
{
$handle = opendir($dir);
if ($handle === false) {
throw new InvalidArgumentException("Unable to open directory: $dir");
}
return $handle;
}
/**
* @param string $dir
*/
private static function clearDir($dir)
{
if (!is_dir($dir)) {
throw new InvalidArgumentException("The dir argument must be a directory: $dir");
}
return rtrim($dir, DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR);
}
/**
* Checks if the given file path satisfies the filtering options.
* @param string $path the path of the file or directory to be checked
* @param array $options the filtering options. See [[findFiles()]] for explanations of
* the supported options.
* @return bool whether the file or directory satisfies the filtering options.
*/
public static function filterPath($path, $options)
{
if (isset($options['filter'])) {
$result = call_user_func($options['filter'], $path);
if (is_bool($result)) {
return $result;
}
}
if (empty($options['except']) && empty($options['only'])) {
return true;
}
$path = str_replace('\\', '/', $path);
if (!empty($options['except'])) {
if (($except = self::lastExcludeMatchingFromList($options['basePath'], $path, $options['except'])) !== null) {
return $except['flags'] & self::PATTERN_NEGATIVE;
}
}
if (!empty($options['only']) && !is_dir($path)) {
if (($except = self::lastExcludeMatchingFromList($options['basePath'], $path, $options['only'])) !== null) {
// don't check PATTERN_NEGATIVE since those entries are not prefixed with !
return true;
}
return false;
}
return true;
}
/**
* Creates a new directory.
*
* This method is similar to the PHP `mkdir()` function except that
* it uses `chmod()` to set the permission of the created directory
* in order to avoid the impact of the `umask` setting.
*
* @param string $path path of the directory to be created.
* @param int $mode the permission to be set for the created directory.
* @param bool $recursive whether to create parent directories if they do not exist.
* @return bool whether the directory is created successfully
* @throws \yii\base\Exception if the directory could not be created (i.e. php error due to parallel changes)
*/
public static function createDirectory($path, $mode = 0775, $recursive = true)
{
if (is_dir($path)) {
return true;
}
$parentDir = dirname($path);
// recurse if parent dir does not exist and we are not at the root of the file system.
if ($recursive && !is_dir($parentDir) && $parentDir !== $path) {
static::createDirectory($parentDir, $mode, true);
}
try {
if (!mkdir($path, $mode)) {
return false;
}
} catch (\Exception $e) {
if (!is_dir($path)) {// https://github.com/yiisoft/yii2/issues/9288
throw new \yii\base\Exception("Failed to create directory \"$path\": " . $e->getMessage(), $e->getCode(), $e);
}
}
try {
return chmod($path, $mode);
} catch (\Exception $e) {
throw new \yii\base\Exception("Failed to change permissions for directory \"$path\": " . $e->getMessage(), $e->getCode(), $e);
}
}
/**
* Performs a simple comparison of file or directory names.
*
* Based on match_basename() from dir.c of git 1.8.5.3 sources.
*
* @param string $baseName file or directory name to compare with the pattern
* @param string $pattern the pattern that $baseName will be compared against
* @param int|bool $firstWildcard location of first wildcard character in the $pattern
* @param int $flags pattern flags
* @return bool whether the name matches against pattern
*/
private static function matchBasename($baseName, $pattern, $firstWildcard, $flags)
{
if ($firstWildcard === false) {
if ($pattern === $baseName) {
return true;
}
} elseif ($flags & self::PATTERN_ENDSWITH) {
/* "*literal" matching against "fooliteral" */
$n = StringHelper::byteLength($pattern);
if (StringHelper::byteSubstr($pattern, 1, $n) === StringHelper::byteSubstr($baseName, -$n, $n)) {
return true;
}
}
$matchOptions = [];
if ($flags & self::PATTERN_CASE_INSENSITIVE) {
$matchOptions['caseSensitive'] = false;
}
return StringHelper::matchWildcard($pattern, $baseName, $matchOptions);
}
/**
* Compares a path part against a pattern with optional wildcards.
*
* Based on match_pathname() from dir.c of git 1.8.5.3 sources.
*
* @param string $path full path to compare
* @param string $basePath base of path that will not be compared
* @param string $pattern the pattern that path part will be compared against
* @param int|bool $firstWildcard location of first wildcard character in the $pattern
* @param int $flags pattern flags
* @return bool whether the path part matches against pattern
*/
private static function matchPathname($path, $basePath, $pattern, $firstWildcard, $flags)
{
// match with FNM_PATHNAME; the pattern has base implicitly in front of it.
if (isset($pattern[0]) && $pattern[0] === '/') {
$pattern = StringHelper::byteSubstr($pattern, 1, StringHelper::byteLength($pattern));
if ($firstWildcard !== false && $firstWildcard !== 0) {
$firstWildcard--;
}
}
$namelen = StringHelper::byteLength($path) - (empty($basePath) ? 0 : StringHelper::byteLength($basePath) + 1);
$name = StringHelper::byteSubstr($path, -$namelen, $namelen);
if ($firstWildcard !== 0) {
if ($firstWildcard === false) {
$firstWildcard = StringHelper::byteLength($pattern);
}
// if the non-wildcard part is longer than the remaining pathname, surely it cannot match.
if ($firstWildcard > $namelen) {
return false;
}
if (strncmp($pattern, $name, $firstWildcard)) {
return false;
}
$pattern = StringHelper::byteSubstr($pattern, $firstWildcard, StringHelper::byteLength($pattern));
$name = StringHelper::byteSubstr($name, $firstWildcard, $namelen);
// If the whole pattern did not have a wildcard, then our prefix match is all we need; we do not need to call fnmatch at all.
if (empty($pattern) && empty($name)) {
return true;
}
}
$matchOptions = [
'filePath' => true
];
if ($flags & self::PATTERN_CASE_INSENSITIVE) {
$matchOptions['caseSensitive'] = false;
}
return StringHelper::matchWildcard($pattern, $name, $matchOptions);
}
/**
* Scan the given exclude list in reverse to see whether pathname
* should be ignored. The first match (i.e. the last on the list), if
* any, determines the fate. Returns the element which
* matched, or null for undecided.
*
* Based on last_exclude_matching_from_list() from dir.c of git 1.8.5.3 sources.
*
* @param string $basePath
* @param string $path
* @param array $excludes list of patterns to match $path against
* @return array|null null or one of $excludes item as an array with keys: 'pattern', 'flags'
* @throws InvalidArgumentException if any of the exclude patterns is not a string or an array with keys: pattern, flags, firstWildcard.
*/
private static function lastExcludeMatchingFromList($basePath, $path, $excludes)
{
foreach (array_reverse($excludes) as $exclude) {
if (is_string($exclude)) {
$exclude = self::parseExcludePattern($exclude, false);
}
if (!isset($exclude['pattern']) || !isset($exclude['flags']) || !isset($exclude['firstWildcard'])) {
throw new InvalidArgumentException('If exclude/include pattern is an array it must contain the pattern, flags and firstWildcard keys.');
}
if ($exclude['flags'] & self::PATTERN_MUSTBEDIR && !is_dir($path)) {
continue;
}
if ($exclude['flags'] & self::PATTERN_NODIR) {
if (self::matchBasename(basename($path), $exclude['pattern'], $exclude['firstWildcard'], $exclude['flags'])) {
return $exclude;
}
continue;
}
if (self::matchPathname($path, $basePath, $exclude['pattern'], $exclude['firstWildcard'], $exclude['flags'])) {
return $exclude;
}
}
return null;
}
/**
* Processes the pattern, stripping special characters like / and ! from the beginning and settings flags instead.
* @param string $pattern
* @param bool $caseSensitive
* @throws InvalidArgumentException
* @return array with keys: (string) pattern, (int) flags, (int|bool) firstWildcard
*/
private static function parseExcludePattern($pattern, $caseSensitive)
{
if (!is_string($pattern)) {
throw new InvalidArgumentException('Exclude/include pattern must be a string.');
}
$result = [
'pattern' => $pattern,
'flags' => 0,
'firstWildcard' => false,
];
if (!$caseSensitive) {
$result['flags'] |= self::PATTERN_CASE_INSENSITIVE;
}
if (!isset($pattern[0])) {
return $result;
}
if ($pattern[0] === '!') {
$result['flags'] |= self::PATTERN_NEGATIVE;
$pattern = StringHelper::byteSubstr($pattern, 1, StringHelper::byteLength($pattern));
}
if (StringHelper::byteLength($pattern) && StringHelper::byteSubstr($pattern, -1, 1) === '/') {
$pattern = StringHelper::byteSubstr($pattern, 0, -1);
$result['flags'] |= self::PATTERN_MUSTBEDIR;
}
if (strpos($pattern, '/') === false) {
$result['flags'] |= self::PATTERN_NODIR;
}
$result['firstWildcard'] = self::firstWildcardInPattern($pattern);
if ($pattern[0] === '*' && self::firstWildcardInPattern(StringHelper::byteSubstr($pattern, 1, StringHelper::byteLength($pattern))) === false) {
$result['flags'] |= self::PATTERN_ENDSWITH;
}
$result['pattern'] = $pattern;
return $result;
}
/**
* Searches for the first wildcard character in the pattern.
* @param string $pattern the pattern to search in
* @return int|bool position of first wildcard character or false if not found
*/
private static function firstWildcardInPattern($pattern)
{
$wildcards = ['*', '?', '[', '\\'];
$wildcardSearch = function ($r, $c) use ($pattern) {
$p = strpos($pattern, $c);
return $r === false ? $p : ($p === false ? $r : min($r, $p));
};
return array_reduce($wildcards, $wildcardSearch, false);
}
/**
* @param array $options raw options
* @return array normalized options
* @since 2.0.12
*/
protected static function normalizeOptions(array $options)
{
if (!array_key_exists('caseSensitive', $options)) {
$options['caseSensitive'] = true;
}
if (isset($options['except'])) {
foreach ($options['except'] as $key => $value) {
if (is_string($value)) {
$options['except'][$key] = self::parseExcludePattern($value, $options['caseSensitive']);
}
}
}
if (isset($options['only'])) {
foreach ($options['only'] as $key => $value) {
if (is_string($value)) {
$options['only'][$key] = self::parseExcludePattern($value, $options['caseSensitive']);
}
}
}
return $options;
}
}